Daniel Erban (b.1951 / Israel) is a Canadian artist living and working in Montreal, QC. For more than thirty years Erban has produced a unique and original body of strong and visually captivating artworks that consist of thousands of prints, drawings and paintings, many of which are executed at grand scales. Throughout his career, Erban has supported the spirit of artist-run culture by direct actions and through active involvement in the movement. Since 1993, he has participated in over one hundred and twenty shows, of which more than thirty-five were solo exhibitions.

 

 

 


My Gardener After a Sex Change, 2005

102 x 152 cm
ink on matte board

 


The Disenchanted Civil Servant, 2005

102 x 152 cm
ink on matte board

 


Night Bird in Snickers, 2005

102 x 152 cm
ink on matte board

 

Education

1983 Master of Science, Concordia University
1980 Bachelor of Art, Concordia University
 

Recent Selected Solo Exhibitions

2004 Rouge Déqueulasse, Langage Plus, Alma, QC
2003 Big, Bad and Ugly, Harcourt House, Edmonton, AB
2002 Bloody Drawings, Definitely Superior, Thunder Bay, ON
Dessins de la laideur, Galerie UQU, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Hull, QC
Drawing as a Weapon, Artcite Inc., Windsor, ON
Abus et Violence: Politique et Art, Galerie d`art Lùnion-Vie, Drummondville, QC
 

Recent Selected Group Exhibitions

2005 ...The Beast Not Found in Verse, McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, ON
Au sense Large
, Galerie Sans Nom, Moncton, NB
Parle-moi D'amour, Les Impatients, Montréal, QC
La Biennale De Quebec, Quebec, QC
2003

Contemporary Drawing 2003, T.W. Wood Gallery of Vermont College at Montpelier, Vermont USA
100 Prints
, Open Studio, Toronto, ON

2002

Drawing Flesh, AKA, Saskatoon, SK
Quarry
, Truck Gallery, Calgary, AB
Voir Grand Biennale d'estampe grand format des l'Atelier Circulaire 2002
, Montréal, QC
Collectionneurs d'estampes, Bibliotheque national du Quebec, Montréal, QC
Grief Mopping, Neutral Ground, Regina, SK

 

 


Gangster Drawing, 2005

122 x 91 cm
ink on matte board

 


You Got What You Deserve, 2005

122 x 91 cm
ink on matte board

 

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